Game On: What's on your winter play list?
Got a long backlog of games to catch up on? The winter months are definitely the best time of year to get through that title that’s been on your list, while you wait for upcoming launches in the spring and beyond!
These days, my games to play are mainly single player action/adventure and our Gigabit PureFibre network makes it a breeze to download those monstrous install files. Compared to the competition’s 600Mbps limit, TELUS’ PureFibre network gets me in the game that much faster. I’m currently playing through The Outer Worlds, and I’m stoked to finally get through The Witcher 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2. What games are on your list, these days?
Are you more of an online player? As Canada’s #1 Major ISP for gaming, we’ve got you covered! With the lowest combined latency and jitter among major ISPs in Canada, our PureFibre network will give you the edge you’re looking for1! Milliseconds matter in the heat of battle, and with our direct 100% fibre optic internet connection, you’ll never slow down, even at peak times2. If streaming’s your thing, then our symmetrical download and upload speeds will take your feed to the next level too3.
We’re also working on some exciting new things when it comes to gaming, and we can’t wait to share them with you! For now, keep an eye on www.telus.com/gamers for news and promotions, and we’ll be back soon with some big things to talk about.
1As ranked by PCMag Gaming Quality Index based on comparison of major Canadian ISPs using over 37,000 tests conducted between December 1, 2018 and December 6, 2019. Republished with permission. © 2020 Ziff Davis, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
2Traditional copper wire or copper wire hybrid networks are subject to capacity constraints and environmental stresses that do not affect TELUS fibre optic technology, which is based on light signals. Not available in all areas.
3Internet access speeds may vary depending on location, usage within the home network, Internet traffic, applicable network management or server configurations. For a description of TELUS’ network management practices please see telus.com/networkmanagement. Concurrent data streams, including combinations of uploads and downloads, are required to access the full 940 Mbps of bandwidth.
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